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- Postgres client instrumentation support has been extended to include the following versions: 4.0.x, 4.1.x, 5.0.x, 6.0.x and 7.0.x. #1363
- Enables gzip compression by default for Infinite Tracing. #1383
- Fix a race condition when using SetApplicationName. #1361
- Resolves #1374 related to enabling Context Data for some loggers. #1381
- Add missing supportability metrics to gRPC response streams and improve Infinite Tracing integration test reliability #1379
Infinite Tracing for .NET Framework applications will be deprecated in May 2023. The Infinite Tracing feature depends on the gRPC framework to send streaming data to New Relic. The gRPC library currently in use, gRPC Core, has been in the maintenance-only phase since May 2021, and will be deprecated as of May 2023.
The .NET Agent on .NET Core has been migrated to gRPC for .NET per the guidance from grpc.io. However, this library doesn't have the full functionality that is required for Infinite Tracing on .NET Framework applications. Those applications will continue to use gRPC Core until May 2023, at which time we'll end support for Infinite Tracing for .NET Framework. We may revisit this decision in the future if the situation changes. #1367
- Resolved several static code analysis warnings relating to unused variables and outdated api usage. #1369
- Update gRPC log message when a response stream is automatically cancelled due to no messages in a time period. #1378
- Proxy configuration for Infinite Tracing should be specified using only the
grpc_proxyis no longer supported for all application types.
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